50 Cent did it with G-Unit.
The Ruff Ryders plan to do it in April.
Speaking to Mass Appeal, Trick Daddy Dollars revealed that not only have the two reunited, but they also signed a deal with their original label home, Slip N’ Slide Records/Atlantic Records.
“We bringing the city back,” Trick Daddy proclaims. “I just want this Trick & Trina record to be classic. I’m going to turn the Diamond Princess back to the Baddest B***h.”
“The collaboration album is just something the fans always wanted, and now we’re officially going to make it happen,” Slip N’ Slide CEO Ted Lucas chimed in.
While there is no confirmed release date at the time of this piece, Trick says that the project will arrive before the year’s end.
And, because why not: head down memory lane with the two below.